If you haven’t had a chance to play Blues and Bullets yet, then why not!?
In Blues and Bullets the player controls retired detective Elliot Ness who now owns a diner in Santa Esperanza. Drawn into a new case that will change Ness forever, the player chooses how to interact with witnesses, suspects and companions. Santa Esperanza itself is a dark, rotten city that gets more rotten with every passing day. It’s a place where assassins, smugglers and bullies are free to roam the streets, with corruption so rampant that it is nearly impossible to be honest and loyal to the law, defend the weak or get away from the cesspit the city has slowly turned into.
As the player progresses, he or she must investigate crime scenes and analyse clues scattered around rich, highly detailed scenarios to come up with their own conclusions on what has happened. Not everyone will be pleased with Elliot’s progress in the case, and the player’s skills will be put to the test in intense shootouts between the retired detective and a group of mysterious enemies.
Blues and Bullets has been penned by video games writer Josué Monchán, who was behind the script for the Runaway and Yesterday. Blues and Bullets introduces Doug Cockle (Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher 2 and The Witcher 3) as the voice of Elliott Ness, backed by Jules de Jongh (Faith from Mirror’s Edge) who will play Delphine.
Blues and Bullets was the winner of the “Excellence in Story & Storytelling” development award at the GDC Game Connection America 2015 conference and “Best Indie Game” at Gamelab 2015.
Blues and Bullets is available on PC via Steam at £3.99 for Episode 1, £14.99 for the complete season 1-5 or £18.99 for the complete season Plus OST Plus comic.
If you want to check it out, you can visit the steam store page, and check the video trailer below too. Blues and Bullets is also coming soon to Xbox One
For more information visit the official Blues and Bullets website at: http://www.bluesandbullets.com/